St. Sharbel Maronite Catholic Church

The Maronite Family of faith welcomes you with peace, joy and love. We invite you to join us. Ahla w salah we say in Arabic (You are most welcome, our home is yours.)

Maronite spirituality, liturgy and traditions come from Antioch-Edessa, Syria as they were known in the Roman Empire at the time of Christ.  The Aramaic language, used in liturgy, is the same language Jesus spoke during his earthly life and ministry.

The Maronite Church, one of the oldest churches of Catholicism, was led by Saint Maron, a priest (350-410 AD) who devotedly taught the Catholic faith, and ministered to many people with his gifts of healing and counsel.  Today in the U.S.A. there are two eparchies (Dioceses) made up of about 75,000 Maronite Catholics. We are in union with Rome and  are part of the one true Catholic Church.

Holy Mysteries (Mass)

Sunday 10:30 am

Confession

Sundays 9:45 -10:15 am

Adoration

Sundays 9:30 – 10:00 am

1804 SE 16th Ave, Portland, OR 97214

Tel: (503) 231-3853

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Christmas New Year Schedule 2017

Brothers and Sisters: This week normal Sunday Mass and Christmas fall almost "on top of" one another.  Please take note about Mass schedules for not only Christmas, but New Year's.  Explanation:  In a "normal Christmas week", we would go to church on both Sunday and...

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Seminary Weekend

Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Seminary will be holding a discernment weekend from Friday April 13 to Sunday April 15, in Washington DC for men considering the celibate priesthood. Contact Fr. Gary George, Eparchial Vocations Director (314-363-3300) for more...

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Fall Dinner Fundraiser

October 29, 12:00-6:00pm
Join us for our delicious and authentic Lebanese Dinner fundraiser in our parish hall!

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Hafli 2017

You can purchase tickets online to the Hafli Celebration by clicking on the Donate! tab on the main page above! It is located right above the contact us...

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Lenten Schedule for 2017

Lenten/ Holy Week 2017 Lent Easter Schedule 2017.final People focus on fasting and it’s important. As a reminder, the Most Reverend Bishops Elias Zaidan and Gregory Mansour have previously issued the following Lenten guidelines for the Maronites of the U.S.: All...

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Christmas Schedule at St Sharbel

Feast of the Immaculate Conception (vigil), December 7th at 7:00pm. This is a holy day of obligation and may be met by attending Mass with us on Weds night or at any Roman Rite church on Thursday the 8th. Christmas Novena -- begins December 15th thru (and including)...

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2016 Food Festival Committee

If you are interested in joining our Food Festival Committee please review the list below, and sign up for an area you would like to lead. Contact Agopos at 503-317-4164 or Agoposg@gmail.com Kitchen: Food preparation Cooking Serving Cleaning Dish washing Grilling /...

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First Holy Communion

Be sure to congratulate each of this years First Communicants on making their First Holy Communion. Janah Marie Farah Jack Shelby David Grissom Megan Evleen Mary Karam Ella Genevieve Catherine Rask Roukos Tannoury Ambrose Jerard Waldron Olivia Raven West Sophia Rebel...

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Holy Week at St Sharbel’s

Brothers and Sisters, I wanted to pass along the Holy Week schedule and invite you all to start thinking and planning which liturgies you will be able to attend.  I know some of you will want to come every day, and that is wonderful.  I know some of you will only be...

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24 Hours for the Lord

The Holy Father has called for the Universal Church to pause and for each parish to be open for 24 hours.  During this time, St Sharbel's will be open and will offer a period of Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, Mass, Confession, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament ...

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